Jeffrey Smart Baisden - Colored Pencil Artist and Instructor

Nice example of observational--rather than symbolic--drawing! Jeffrey Smart Baisden - Colored Pencil Artist and Instructor

fractured portraiture high school art lesson great idea for scholastics art exhibit advanced or ap art (oil pastel colored pencil paint)

fractured portraiture or how to rework bad art and make something worthwhile out of it.

This has given me the idea of creating a series of pictures of one facial feature, of 3-4 generations, e,g, eye, ear, nose. I currently plan to use my grandfather, father, and myself.

Eye studies (F). Recognizes and develops art making as a risk-taking process that incorporates existing knowledge, brainstorming, planning, discovery of unexpected connections, and recognition of serendipity

Mark Powell Drawing on antique envelopes, I like the symbolism of drawing older faces on old envelopes, echoing their age and experiences and journeys. Captivating and emotive!

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